The Farrah Blouse and Dress released earlier this week and it’s taken all my willpower waiting for my turn to share! I’m sure your Instagram feed has been flooded with all the gorgeous tester versions- if it hasn’t then hop over and check out the #farrahpattern to have your mind blown! The testers really made some stunning versions!
The Farrah pattern features two ruffle options, a lined yoke, high low split hem and dress and top versions. In sizes 0-18, it’s so flattering on any figure. I did a straight size 6- my waist is typically a size or 2 larger than my chest but with this loose pattern I didn’t feel the need to do any grading.
I made my version out of a lightweight swiss dot I’ve had in my stash forever. It was a great fabric choice- perfect for spring. I love this pattern in super drapey fabric too- some of my favorite versions were done in voile, rayon challis, or those silky fabrics that you can’t pass up at Joann’s.
My husband played photographer for this shoot and nailed it. We had this quick window between dropping off kids and picking them up at all their after school activities. The wind was blowing, the sun was setting, and this brand new school was the only semi-decent backdrop between point A and B. We had fun as I tried my darndest to keep my little chin from chattering in the cold. Not the ideal conditions but you work with whatcha got!
I feel like I just told you all my little secrets- like when someone says, “I love your shirt!” and you feel the need to tell them you got it for 5 bucks from Wal-Mart. The behind the scenes of a bloggers life is really not all that glamorous 😉
Let’s just pretend we’re on some fancy city street and I’m not thinking about all the mom duties waiting for me after as soon as we finished these pics!
I simple adore the details of this pattern! That mitered corner on the hem is pretty snazzy.
The wind and those ruffles were not friends. It was cracking me up!
K- promise me you’ll check out all the other amazing tester versions. They are so, so cute you won’t be able to help it when the pattern ends up in your cart. Trust me, you’ll thank me afterwards!
You can see round one of the testers blog posts here on the Chalk and Notch blog.